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About Eastern Clackamas news. (Estacada, Or.) 1916-1928 | View Entire Issue (June 15, 1916)
Eagle C reek Note«
Invites Your Patronage
Cash Paid For Eggs
Phone Main 83.
Mrs. and Mrs. Carl Duus of
Maupin, were the guests o f Mr.
and Mrs. Walter Douglass one
day last week.
The date of the school enter-
| tainment, mentioned in last weeks
I News, has been changed to Sat-
I urday evening, June 17th.
Mr. Berger visited his farm
' this week.
! Walter Douglass, w ife a n d
j daughters, visited at the home of
; Mrs. Douglass’ parents, Mr. and
• Mrs. J. C. Duus o f
Orrin Ballou and w ife made a
I trip Sunday to Dover,
i Many Eagle Creek people last
week took in the Hose Festival,
some going by auto and others
i by train.
j Matt Glover returned recently
■ from Alaska, where he has been
for the past six months or so.
Fishing Tackle — Hunting and Fishing Licenses
Mr. and Mrs. Pete Clester re-
! turned home Monday. Mr. Cles
ter recently returned from Alas
ka and Mrs. Clester has been
visiting in Portland for several
Lunches • Confectionery - Cigars
Ed Boner’s -
$2. a dav.
$10. a week
E T •teudy tobacco «ati,faction— all day, e v ery day, from a r/raa,
sm all ch ew — W -B C U T C h ew in g— the Real T o b a cco C h ew , n tw
tmi. ¡ « » I «ArW.
It'a glad news that a man can't help telling bis friends about aa Boon aa be learn a tha
fa c ts himaalf.
T h e tame laata longer.
Y o u need few er chewa.
"Notice haw the «alt brings out tha rich tobacco taste '*
Maia by WEYMAH-BRUTON COMPANY. 5 0 V w im S<para. New Tech City
Viola residents are extremely
proud o f the new road now being
constructed on the Ficken Hill,
under the direction of Supervisor
Hively and with new planks re
placing the worn ones at Viola
and the brush well cut back from
the highway, are claiming the
best road in this part o f the
Mrs. L. J. Palmateer is visit
ing relatives at Fairview.
Mrs. Henry Trapp o f Garfield
has just returned from a visit at
W. F. Cary o f Portland was an
Estacada business visitor this
Miss Flora Johnson, who spent
the winter in Portland, has re i Mrs. H. H. Massey o f Portland
turned to her home in George, i spent last week as the guest of
where she is keeping house for friends in Estacada.
Miss Kitty Reagan, who has
Miss Rachel Reed o f Estacada been employed in Portland for
who is attending the University the past year or so, is spending
o f Washington is at home spend her vacation at the home of her
. parents in Estacada.
ing her vacation.
Bulletin No. 3
Why Not Fa ce the Facts
About Armor Competition?
To tho People:
The policy o f the United State« Government for many years has made real competition in
One of the most delightful Resorts
on the Coast
Local and Tourist Trade Solicited
The Government m ig h t have asked the three armor plants for bids and let the entire
tonnage to the lowest bidder.
That would have made competition effective.
T h e result o f such a course w ould have been to d rive tw o o f th e three m anu
factu rers ou t o f business, and leave the cou n try w ith facilities o f only one
p la n t in tim e o f need.
Reversible Self Cleaning Filter
Adjustible to all Faucets
The Government in fact has always asked for bids from
the three manufacturers, but no matter what the price
quoted, each year’s bu nines« wan divided am on g th em.
P urifies an d D eoderizes
GOOD JUDGE LOSES]
Mrs. Lucy Glover, al ter a lin
gering illness, died at her home,
Thursday, June 8th. Mrs. Glov
er was a pioneer o f Eagle Creek
and her loss will be deeply felt in
the community. The funeral took
| place at the old home Saturday
j afternoon with interment in the
| Forrester Cemetery,
A rm o r m akers serve bu t on e r u s to m e r — th e U o r n m r n t , ju st as a pu blic u tility
serves bu t o n e cu stom er— a co m m u n ity.
The solution o f the public utility problem is regulation o f rates.
T b s s o lu tio n o f the a rm o r problem is fo r th e I.o v e ra m e n t to f > th e price.
The Estacada Pharmacy
S to n
W e v o lu n ta rily agree to accept any pries fixed by th e Federal T ra d e C om m ission .
Isn ’ t acceptan ce o f th a t o ffer belter than th e d estru ction o f an in d u stry b u ilt solely
to serve th e G overn m en t?
C H A S X SCHW AB. C U n a
S O U E N K O. U S A C I.
Bethlehem Steel Company